Ms Kristina Blichfeldt Lautrup > Lassen Ricard > Copenhagen, Denmark > Lawyer Profile

Lassen Ricard
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Attorney, partner. Kristina has many years’ experience in EU and competition law, and in marketing and intellectual property law, especially copyright law. Kristina takes part in the legal and secretariat functions for UBO, and in this context provides advice to a large number of Danish and foreign TV stations on third-party exploitation of TV-station content in the Nordic countries, including on the interface between copyright law and competition law. Kristina also provides advice on the primary acquisition of rights by TV stations in relation to employees, producers, sports events organisers and other rightholders. In addition, Kristina assists TV stations in relation to hearings on EU regulation and legislative amendments within copyright law in Denmark as well as in Norway. Through her work Kristina has gained considerable insight into the Nordic extended collective licence system; as an example, she has provided advice to the Vietnamese Ministry of Culture on the regulation of collective management organisations. Kristina has taught family law and the law of wills and succession at University of Copenhagen, and she provides advice to clients on succession issues, including estate planning, and she assists in connection with the administration of estates of deceased persons.


Kristina started her career at Lassen Ricard in 2006, was admitted to the bar in 2009, and became a partner in 2014.


Danish, English, Swedish and Norwegian


MA (Law) 2006. Educated at University of Copenhagen and University of Nottingham.

Lawyer Rankings

Denmark > Media and entertainment

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Kristina Blichfeldt LautrupLassen Ricard

With a wide-ranging Nordic practice, Lassen Ricard counts major Danish and European broadcasters, as well as web and radio-based media companies on its clients roster, which it advises on digital copyright issues, media law-related matters, licence agreements and the provision of on-demand online streaming services. Henrik Schütze and practice head Peter Lambert specialise in litigation concerning media liabilities, equitable remuneration, freedom of expression issues and privacy protection. Steen Lassen and Kristina Blichfeldt Lautrup have vast experience advising broadcasters on contracts with TV distributors relating to retransmissions and linear distributions.